New Age Naturopathics provides custom designed “Wellness Plans”

to assist you to honour your body, mind and soul and be the

Best You Can Be!

 

Terrie Beresford

 

I'm Terrie Beresford, allow me to introduce myself.

It was through my own health crisis whilst working overseas in banking in Tokyo, Japan that I realised there was more to life than money and that Western medicine was not the answer to a long healthy life.

At that time I was sleeping only every second night, had constant stomach pains, anxiety and headaches. Unfortunately due to cultural differences it was difficult for me to find any professional medical or natural medicine options which were effective for me.

It was at this time that I took control of my health and decided to stop processed food, caffeine, sugar and alcohol and take up the regular practice of yoga and meditation. I also quit my well paid banking job and travelled around the world for eight months.

Find out more in the About Me section.

 

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Health Concerns

Do you suffer from anxiety, chronic fatigue, depression, headaches? Or do you just feel your overall wellness could be improved? Is your health issue amongst the list of conditions that New Age Naturopathics can help you with?

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Techniques

Naturophathy, Iridology, Herbal medicines, Homeopathics, Kinesiology, are just a few of the techniques that are used to create your custom designed "Wellness Plan".

Techniques

Articles

To help you honour your mind, body and soul, we have a number of articles full of practical and useful information. Whether you are looking for the latest article, or a specific topic, there will be something of value for you here.

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Recipes

Feeling your best includes making sure that you eat the right things. New Age Naturopathics can supply you with some great recipes that will help you along your wellness journey.

Recipes

 

What Others Have to Say

 

 

Lynda Dyer Msc
Mind Power Global,
Certified NLP Trainer & Master Trainer of Matrix Therapies

International Best Selling Author

 

"I have had the pleasure of experiencing Terrie Beresford as a speaker in a Women’s Business Group, as a Naturopath that I go to, and as a contributing author of many of my International Best Selling Health and Wellness Books. At each event she has delivered with such professionalism, wisdom, knowledge and a unique intuition that is a delight to experience! Terrie’s engaging style results in an experience that is unique, conveying the message of trust and empowerment to all.

Visiting, hearing or reading Terrie’s inspirational and informative information provides people with the tools to implement change in their health and thus their lives.

Terrie is very genuine and brings a lot of realism and practical intuitive thinking to her work. She really connects with everyone. I’m confident that those who apply her advice and knowledge will improve their health and experience like I have. I am happy to recommend her constantly."

Dr. Sherene Suchy (Social Worker)

Author of Bamboozled: Trek Guide to Clients & Experts in Medicine (2018) 

"Terrie Beresford has been a core member of my integrative health team for the last ten years. During that decade, we’ve worked together using herbs, supplements, and naturopathy to maintain a high quality of life following an oncology diagnosis e.g. six months to live. Years later, here we are!

I trust Terrie’s clinical judgment. She bases her practice on multiple qualifications, stays up to date on current advances in the integrative medicine field, and respects the healing power of body-mind-spirit.

I am deeply grateful for Terrie’s valuable contribution to my commitment to living life, not the condition."

 

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Happy Healthy New Year

With another new year upon us I thought it would be useful to provide some healthy tips to assist you to a healthy, happy new year. During the festive season you most likely indulged in alcohol and rich, sweet and fatty foods, increasing the toxic load for your poor livers to process. This can result in weight gain especially around the abdominal area, bloating, reflux, sluggishness and fatigue.

Consider a Detox to Kick Start Metabolism

For those of you who may have overindulged and put on a few extra kilos, you can always benefit from a post Christmas detox to kick off the new year and get rid of any excess weight. I recommend a two week detoxification program including supplements such as liver and digestive tonics, blood cleansing and antiparasitic herbs; dietary changes including avoiding processed foods, sugar, wheat products, alcohol, coffee and pesticides and healthy lifestyle recommendations such as exercise, yoga, meditation, and time outdoors in nature.

Detox Your Home Environment

Many of you may not be aware but your home is one of the greatest sources of toxins. These toxins come in the form of dust and dust mites, bacteria, moulds, chemicals from cleaning products and even cosmetics; flame retardants and formaldehyde from mattresses and furnishings; off gassing and fumes from floor coverings, paints; gas heating and air conditioning systems; pesticides used in weed killers. Not to mention electromagnetic radiation from wireless devices including wireless routers, ipads, computers, mobile phones, cordless phones, baby monitors and microwave ovens.

What to Do?

  • Ensure your home has good ventilation and air it regularly.

  • Clean air conditioning and gas heating vents regularly.

  • Wash and air your clothing and linen outside in the sunshine on a regular basis as UV is a great sanitiser.

  • Switch off your wireless router over night or whenever possible.

  • Get rid or your cordless DECT phone and switch to a corded phone.

  • SMS instead of talking on the phone where possible and use hands free or a shielded headset when making phone calls. If you need to use your mobile phone as an alarm switch to airplane mode to block radiation.

  • Ensure your sleeping area is located away from wireless routers and fuse boxes where possible.

  • Switch to natural cleaning products such as microfibre cloths, white vinegar, baking soda, colloidal silver and essential oils such as lavender, eucalyptus, tea tree and clove oil and natural cosmetics and personal products.

Ensure you consume adequate “ real foods” and supplements to protect against the effects of toxins. These include:

  • Antioxidants such as vitamin C, selenium, lipoic acid, grapeseed, resveratrol, and curcumin;

  • A good quality multivitamin and mineral with activated B vitamins:

  • Super foods such as chlorella, spirulina, wheat and barley grass, organic green tea

  • Purified fish or krill oil.

  • Eat More Vegetables: no matter what type of diet you embark on it should include adequate amounts of fresh vegetables. In fact you should be aiming for the equivalent of 5 cups of raw vegetables per day. My top picks are broccoli, broccoli sprouts, onions, garlic, spinach, kale, asparagus, zucchini, squash, celery, snow peas, rocket, beans and watercress. Avoid starchy vegetables such as potatoes, carrots, corn, peas, sweet potato and pumpkin especially if trying to lose weight or if you are diabetic

  • Herbs and spices are also a great addition to the vegetable category as they have a wealth or antioxidant and other health benefits. My top picks are parsley, coriander, basil, ginger, turmeric and cinnamon. These are great added to juices or smoothies.

Make Exercise a Priority

Exercise has so many proven health benefits apart from weight control. These include improving cardiovascular health and fitness and bad cholesterol reduction, preserving muscle, joint and bone health, reducing pain and inflammation and the risk of developing diabetes, improving brain function and feel good chemicals such as endorphins; improving immune function and reducing cancer risk.

If you are new to exercise, aim to start slowly at least twice weekly for 30 to 40 minutes with the aim of building up to 1 hour 4 times weekly. It is recommended to include a variety of cardiovascular exercise such as walking, jogging, cycling or swimming with strengthening and toning exercises such as yoga, pilates, weights or taichi.

Remember :Use it or lose it”!